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Duke Nukem Forever (2001) was 90% complete - briefly
(hx) 08:58 AM EST - Mar,04 2018 - Post a comment / read (3)
Duke Nukem Forever was a huge disappointment for a lot of Duke Nukem fans. However, there was a version that impressed everyone back in 2001. That version of Duke Nukem Forever was powered by Unreal Engine and was meant to be a more serious/dark game. And according to Frederik Schreiber, VP at 3DRealms, that version is 90% complete. As Frederik Schreiber claimed, this 2001 version packs 14-16 hours of gameplay and it played partly as an RPG in terms of goals. Players basically had Mission Objectives on their HUD and they could activate them, like quests. Furthermore, you also had an inventory with ID badges, keycards, etc.

In Duke Nukem Forever 2001, players meet and save NPCs, solve puzzles, and try and solve the mystery of what’s going on. Then they meet the infected EDF who’s attacking them and the story evolves from there. Duke Nukem Forever 2001 featured 25-ish levels in single-player and 12 levels in multiplayer (with most of them pretty much done).

Now what’s interesting here is that 3D Realms would like to release this 2001 version of Duke Nukem Forever, however, it appears that this may never happen due to licensing issues. Currently, Gearbox owns the rights of the Duke Nukem IP and in a Twitter exchange with Randy Pitchford back in April 2017, the CEO of Gearbox claimed that they could offer a license to 3D Realms, however, nothing has happened since then.
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Csimbi(09:13 AM EST - Mar,04 2018 )
You've been sitting on that game for so long, had it 90% complete game and yet, you decided to sell out.
What's this nonsense about wanting to release it now?
Why didn't you release it when you had the chance?
Most games released are 70-75% complete at the time of release and only very few make it to 100%.
You fucked up, you live with that; no need to poison people's mind with what may have been.

Koogle(03:19 PM EST - Mar,04 2018 )
they really should have just released it back then... nearer the time when the graphics wouldn't have been regarded as ancient

still if people can like doom still why not... polish it upto the level of the brutaldoom mod and i'm sure some will buy it for a low low price

Tom(01:05 PM EST - Mar,05 2018 )
You both, naturally, miss the meat of this claim. Randy Pitchford is the reason and remains the reason. Hes a dick that fucked over Duke Forever and remains the dick even today.

If you recall it was Randy Pitchford sitting there going, oh this is the best Duke Nukem ever.. blah blah blah. Randy imo, dicked over 3D Realms and gave them an ultimatum to release under his conditions.. Well we all saw DNF sucked shit.

I don't have a lot of respect for 3D Realms myself, but in terms of DNF from what I read and heard.. it had little to do with 3D Realms, just Pitchford dictatorship/politics. And it still continues on...

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